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Feb. '1, 1938.
P. CONSTANTINE
2,107,175 ,
HAIR WAVING WRAPPER PAD
Filed Sept; 1, 193Gv
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INVENTOR.
ATTORNEYS.
Patented Feb. 1, 1938
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2,107,175
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFiCE
2,107,175
HAIR WAVING WRAPPER PAD
Platon Constantine, New York, N. Y.
Application September 1, 1936, Serial No. 98,895
6 Claims. ((31. 132—36.2)
This invention relates to improvements in hair channel rails, the bight portion adjacent the
waving wrapper pad, and this application con~
stitutes a continuation in part of my copending
opposite ends are notched or cut away as at 45'.
It is not necessary to press the entire length of
application ?led March 31, 1936, Serial No. 71,833
5 for Hair waving wrapper.
One of the main features of the invention is
the provision of an improved hair waving wrapper
the channel rails together for I have found that
by pressing those portions adjacent the notches
together is su?icient t0 tightly grip the folded
portion of the wrapper body. ‘By applying the
pad which may be securely held in a position to
enclose a wound strand of hair.
10
Another feature of the invention is to provide
a wrapper pad whereby the two longitudinal
edges of the pad may be secured together and
the joint therebetween tightly sealed to prevent
injury to the scalp of a user by the escape of
15 heated vapor from within the pad.
With these and other objects in view, the invention resides in the certain novel construc-
tion, combination and arrangement of parts, the
essential features of which are hereinafter fully
20 described, are particularly pointed out in the ap~
pended claims, and are illustrated in the accom-
panying drawing, in which:
side rails 46 and 155 to portions of the Wrapper
body adjacent its longitudinal side edges, I pro
vide ?aps 45-46 which are adapted to overlie 10
the inner sides of the channel rails to protect the
hair from contact therewith and to seal the joint
between the side rails as illustrated in Figure 6
of the drawing-When the wrapper pad is applied’
about the wound strand of hair.
15
The opposite ends of the channel rail 44 are
pressed together and pivotally support locking
bails 41-131 which receive the pressed extending
ends 48 of the channel rail 45 when the wrapper
pad is in use for the purpose of connecting the 20
side rails together to prevent accidental un
winding of the wrapper body.
Figure 1 is a perspective view of the hair
Secured to the inside of the wrapper body 40
wrapper pad in a flat condition.
as at 49 is a felt absorbent pad 50 which may
25
Figure 2 is an enlarged vertical transverse sec- be treated with a chemical solution such as is 25
tional view on the line 2-2 of Figure 1.
used in the art of permanent waving. The pad
Figure 3 is a vertical transverse sectional view 50 lies within the wrapper body 40 and is pro
through the wrapper pad illustrating the same tected by the wrapper body 40 as shown in Fig
in rolled position for use.
ure 3 when the wrapper pad is in use. After the
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Figure 4 is a perspective view of the coacting strand of hair A shown in Figure 6 is fully wound 30
looking side rails of the wrapper pad.
upon the usual curling rod during one of the
Figure 5 is an enlarged detail transverse sec- steps of ahair waving operation. the Wrapper pad
tional view through one of the locking side rails. 39 is applied over the wound hair and curling rod
Figure 6 is an enlarged detail sectional ele- and rolled to bring the longitudinal edges of the
35 vational view illustrating the function of the
sealing flaps relative to the respective side rails
of the wrapper pad.
Referring to the drawing by reference characters, the numera1 39 designates my improved
wrapper pad in its entirety The wrapper pad
39 comprises a, ?exible rectangular shaped body
Wrapper body together, after Which the locking 35
bails 41 are engaged with the extension por
tions 48 of the rail 65, the base of the strand of
hair passing between the rails ‘ill and 45 as illus
trated in Figure 6. The free end edges of the
wrapper body 39 may be folded inwardly after 4.0
the side rails have been locked together for the
40 which body includes an outer layer of paper
purpose of closing th? ends of the_WraPDer- The
4|, an intermediate layer of foil 42 and an inner
paper lining 43_ These several layers or plies of
inherent characteristics of the foil layer 42 will
tend to maintain the ends of the rolled wrapper
material are secured together inwardly of but
when _folded mwardhf-
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adjacent their opposed longitudinal side edges
IjIa'Wng thus descrtbed the mventlon' What I
by side rails 44 and 45 respectively. Each of the
rails 44 and 45 is constructed of light channel
claim as new fr‘md deslre t9 secure by Letters Pat‘
em °1° the Umted States, 151i
d t
, metal and the wrapper pad body 40 adjacent its
45
1‘ A wrapper pad for enclosmg 3' Woun s rand
side
longitudinal
is folded
intowalls
the channel
of the
side rails edges
and the
opposite
of the
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Pressed mwardly
to tlghtly
grip
the
folded portions of the wrapper body. In order to
facilitate inward bending of the sides of the
per body, an absorbent pad secured to said wrap
per
body for infolding therein, parallel side rails
along opposite sides of Said Wrapper body and
projecting from opposite ends thereof, and means 55
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for securing the projecting ends of the side rails
together when the wrapper body is rolled into
tubular formation around a wound strand of
hair to be waved.
2. A wrapper pad for enclosingawound strand
of hair during a permanent waving process com
prising‘a ?exible ‘rectangular shape body, a pair
of channel side rails
having their
open sides >
facing inwardly toward each other and receiv
ing the respective longitudinal side edges of said
body, ‘and channel rails having their opposed
walls tightly embracing the edges of said body to
, be carried thereby,‘ an absorbent pad on the
inner side of said body, and means for secur
ing said channel rails together at their ends
when the wrapper pad is rolled into tubular for~
15
V mation about the wound hair to be waved.
3. A wrapper pad forenclosing a wound strand
of hair during a permanent waving process com
20
prising a pair of spaced parallel longitudinal side
channel rails havingtheir open sides facing to
ward each other, a flexible rectangular shape
wrapper body having .infoldedlongitudinal pro-r
tecting ?aps, the fold portions of said ?aps being
seated in the respective channel railsand tight
ly embraced thereby, an absorbent, pad secured
' to the inner side’of said body, andpcoacting means
on the ends of said channel rails for securing the
cured to said body adjacent the respective lon
gitudinal side edges thereof and disposed in par
allel relation, the ends of said channel rails ex
tending beyond opposite ends of said body, an
absorbent pad secured to the inner side of said
body, and coacting means on the projecting ends
of said channel rails for securing the wrapper
pad in, 2. rolled tubular formation.
5. ‘A wrapper pad for use in forming perma
nent waves in the human hair comprising a 10
?exible rectangular shapedlbody, channel rails
secured to said body adjacent the respective lon
gitudinal side edges thereof and disposed in par
allel relation, the ends of said channel rails ex
tending beyond opposite ends of' said body, an
absorbent pad secured to the inner side of said
body, and pivoted bail elements carried by the
ends of one of said channel rails for engagement
with the respective projecting ends of the‘ other
channel rail.
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or
6. VA wrapper pad ior'enclosing a wound strand
of hair during a permanent hair waving proc
ess. comprising a ?exible rectangulari shaped
wrapper body, an‘ absorbent pad secured tosaid
wrapper body for infolding therein, parallel rigid
members secured to opposite longitudinal sides
of said wrapper bodlyand projecting beyond
opposite ends thereof, and means carried by the
projecting ends of one of said members adapted
for coacting engagement with the respective pro
30
wrapper pad in rolled tubular formation when
applied to a wound strand of hair to be waved , jecting ends of the‘other ‘of said members for
with‘ the protecting ?aps overlapping the in
securing said rubber body in rolled tubular for‘
ner sides of the respective channel rails.
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mation around the wound strand of hair to’ be ’
perma- '
'4. A wrapper pad for use in forming
nent waves in the human hair comprising a. ?ex
ible rectangular shaped body, channel rails se
waved -
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